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Horror Literature

January 22 2007 Horror Literature Newsletter


Shakespeare & Horror
While Shakespeare┬┤s work is widely celebrated today, The Bard also is known for horrific themes, murderous plots, and dark characters. Enter MACBETH, a celebrated play through the ages that endures as a masterpiece of horror literature.

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